Send the taste of Maryland in any of these delicious online gifts. From local seafood to baked treats, your recipients will feel the love wherever they are.

You still have time to send edible holiday gifts, if you order soon. Take a look at some of the best that Maryland has to offer!

Smith Island Cake

Did you know this is the official state dessert of Maryland? The Smith Island Baking Company will ship this 10-layer wonder to anyone on your behalf. Choose from traditional yellow cake with chocolate frosting, caramel cream, red velvet, coconut, double chocolate, lemon cream, and more. These beautiful cakes come in two sizes ($37 or $55) and will be shipped frozen to ensure perfect presentation every time.

Courtesy of Smith Island Baking Company

Maryland Crabs

Is there any better Maryland gift than a bushel of blue crabs? The Crab Place in Crisfield, MD, will send the freshest Maryland seafood straight from the dock! Hard-shell crabs, soft-shell crabs, Chesapeake Bay oysters, and more are all available on their website. Everything will be sent overnight in a chilled container for optimal freshness. Send a bushel of love today!

Courtesy of The Crab Place

Fisher’s Popcorn

This classic caramel popcorn will make anyone swoon. Available in several different sizes, starting at just $8, you can’t go wrong with this sweet treat. You can also get their delicious salt water taffy and caramel peanut crunch from this Ocean City institution.

Courtesy of Fisher’s Popcorn

Maryland Oysters

Hollywood Oyster Company has a wide range of fresh oyster packages for the most discerning foodies. Send 50, 100, or 200 oysters to a lucky recipient, or consider the Oyster of the Month Club. They have four varieties: the Hollywood oyster, Sweet Jesus, Va Va Voom, and Seasiders. How fun!

Courtesy of The Hollywood Oyster Company

Do you have a favorite Maryland food gift that you like to send every year? Let us know where to find it in the comments below!

 

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Stop by Maryland’s Our Community Now homepage for more holiday recommendations and everyday fun!

 

 

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